INTERNSHIP: Literacy Quebec

Literacy_Quebec
Public Relations Internship
About the organization:

WHO: Not-for-profit coalition that supports community-based volunteer literacy groups within Quebec.
WHAT: Focus on professional development, communication and advocacy for English literacy.
WHEN: Founded in 1980
WHERE: Office located on1001 Rue Lenoir, A518a, Montreal, Quebec H4C 2Z6
WHY: Our mission: “Literacy Quebec is a network that connects and represents community-based literacy organizations to empower people, impact lives and build a stronger society.”
HOW: Funding sources through Ministry of Education and other donors
Internships available:
– Blogger
– Campaign developer
– Community outreach
Internship Goals:
– Develop social media content that raise awareness about the social relevance of literacy, the learners and the organization
– Develop a social media strategy and maintain current activities
– Increase the reach of the organization
Internship Environments:
– Welcoming and collaborative environment.
– Space is available in the office
– Possibility of working from home
– Internship Timespan (can be discussed): 3 hours per week (flexible)
Internship Experience:
– Acquire first hand experience of Social Media communicationsdesign in non-profit setting
– Learn the strengths and weaknesses of strategies faced by non-profits when it comes to communications
– Gain experience through experimentation, collaboration and creativity
– Work with the team of staff and volunteers in a welcoming and collaborative environment
– Aid your local community and support a good cause!
Interested applicant can send their Curriculum Vitae to info@literacyquebec.org with “Fall internship 2016” in the subject line.

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